Pedaling Revolution: How Cyclists Are Changing American Cities with the author, plus Vermont cycling issues.

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What Bicyclists Really Want


Mostly discussing Jeff Mapes' book Pedaling Revolution: How Cyclists Are Changing American Cities with the author, plus Vermont cycling issues. The podcast also includes a discussion of the oil market with Oil 101 author Morgan Downey and (after Equal Time) this week's Peak Oil Check-In, on health and peak oil. Carl Etnier hosts.

Vermont cycling voices interviewed:

Willem Jewett, Vermont legislature

Nancy Schulz, director of the Vermont Bicycle and Pedestrian Coalition

John Zicconi, Director of Planning, Outreach, and Community Affairs at Vermont's Agency of Transportation

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